THE ROLE OF LIBERALISM IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OF NATIONS
The abstract world of theories and the concrete world of politics are closely interrelated. The theories are needed to make human able to extract meaning from the information that targets us consistently. In order to make a logical and principled decisions, even politicians with no good relationship with theories need to depend on their thoughts regarding how the target world functions. In the case one's organized and fundamental principles are blemished, it is exceptionally troublesome and far-fetched for him to make proper political decisions. Therefore, understanding the views of international relations theories on international cooperation can be regarded as an intellectual assistance for the politicians. The theories in the field of international relations have different views to the international issues regarding the considered and emphasized factors and the type of ontology and epistemology. This paper examined different theoretical views on the issue of international cooperation as well as liberalism school of taught and its related factors. In general, it can be concluded that liberalism is an ethical theory in the international relations, while it is more prominent than other schools.